Have you ever wondered what the biggest viral videos on the internet would look like if they were recreated in Minecraft? YouTube user/channel Minecrafta2z did, and created an amazing video. You'll find it below -- Keyboard Cat, Sneezing Panda, Dramatic Groundhog, Badgers, Badgers Badgers and even Double Rainbow, made in Minecraft!
Oh, the internet, sometimes you know just how to make a day awesome. For instance, the video below in which Master Chief from Halo fights Leonidas from 300 in an epic rap battle. I've already watched this 75 hundred jillion times, and it's still funny!
From the geniuses at Epic Rap Battles.
So... who do you think won? I hate to say this, but I gotta vote Leonidas.
Social gaming keeps growing in popularity, especially on the Facebook and Google Plus platforms. Everywhere you turn, there's an opportunity to point-and-click your way to a high score. No one is immune. Go head, call your elderly aunt right now and she'll probably spend a good 20 minutes telling you about Angry Birds.
A lot of what people like to play to pass the time is based on taste, but with so many games to choose from on Facebook and Google Plus, how do you which one is right for you?
We've waded through the vast expanse of offerings and compiled a list of the best Facebook and Google Plus Games. When you play these engrossing games, your co-workers and family members will have no grounds give you a wedgie.
Available On: Google+ and Facebook
Uh-oh, looks like you cartoon neighborhood has been overrun by zombies, and its your job to help the Rent-a-Cop restore order. Zombie Lane lets you fight off wave after wave of brain-cravers with different weapons including a shotgun and a shovel. You can fully customize your character, and like full-fledged console zombie games, you can craft your own weapons out of gathered materials. The game is robust, and by offering a variety of quests and rewards, it's something that will keep you coming back for more.
Kevin Pereira and Candace Bailey dedicate a special Around the Net to commemorate the late Steve Jobs with his best Apple commercials and inspirational speeches.
Bill O'Reilly Do It Live vs. Keyboard Cat Memefight
As we wind our way through G4tv.com’s month-long epic battle of Internet Memes called MEMEFIGHT, members of the staff will be picking key match-ups and taking sides. In this edition, Guest Contributor and Free Food Aficionado Alex Reveliotty will argue for Bill O'Reilly's famous 'Do it live!' rant, while G4tv.com's X-Play online producer James Elkin will take the side of Keyboard Cat.
ALEX: O’Reilly video wins not just on the merit of its hilarity and A+ quotability but because it’s also the epitome of one the top 10 reasons the internet is great; drudging up the people’s past (celebrity nudie pix being the other 9). Keyboard Cat is a man manipulating a cat to bang on a keyboard.
MEMEFIGHT rages on as we get to our Round of 16, and Attack of the Show took a long, hard look at the brackets to analyze the winners from round one and to see how the new matchups are going. There are some pretty amazing battles to vote on, but, if your favorite meme isn't crowned champion, you can't be righteously upset and flame your fellow internet citizens unless you vote!
So, get to the MEMEFIGHT page and vote on Round 2 now!
Hitler vs. Sad Keanu Memefight
As we wind our way through G4tv.com’s month-long epic battle of Internet Memes called MEMEFIGHT, members of the staff will be picking key match-ups and taking sides. In this edition, Feed Senior Editor Steve Johnson will be arguing for the Downfall Parodies meme, featuring Adolf Hitler, while Reviews Editor Dana Vinson will be valiantly defending Sad Keanu.
Dana: It’s Hitler. There. Keanu wins.
Attack of the Show took a look at some of the first round matchups in our MEMEFIGHT bracket, to highlight some of the best battles we've got going in the Round of 32. If you haven't voted yet, you need to get to the MEMEFIGHT page and cast your opinion. Remember, we can't crown the best meme ever to hit the internet without your vote!
Watch the video and see what you think of the AOTS analysis.
Ladies and gentlemen, it's time for you to vote for your favorite internet memes of all time in a bracketed single elimination tournament called MEMEFIGHT! With the help of a group of celebrity panelists and the writers of KnowYourMeme.com, we've established the 32 best memes of all time, which will face off against each other over the next few weeks until we've reached the MEMEFIGHT champion.
Go to the MEMEFIGHT page and cast your vote, then come back and vote in subsequent rounds until the victor is crowned. Remember, there can be only one MEMEFIGHT champion, and we need you to help us determine who it is! We're counting on you!
SETI, the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence, may have recently been forced to shut down its Allen Telescope Array, but don't count the wily alien-hunters out yet. SETI is co-sponsoring a unique contest with Gamify that uses video games to help comb through the data they've collected.
SETI's now-shuttered telescopes have recorded a ton of radio signal data oiver the years, and while SETI has scanned the data looking for certain kinds of patterns that they think could indicate intelligence, there could still be evidence of outer-space transmissions in the data. Here's where games come in: SETI and Gamify would like to find a way to "gamify" the data search, to find a fun way for tons of people to go through the radio transmissions looking for evidence of outer-space intelligence.
Tonight on Attack of the Show, Sara Underwood visits Chris Hardwick at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles for a behind the scenes look at his Nerdist podcast and check out a screening of Black Dynamite. It's your chance to learn the inner workings of being a professional nerd!
Kevin Pereira and Candace Bailey also bring an exclusive trailer for Rise of the Planet of the Apes starring James Franco and Freida Pinto, which opens in theaters on August 5th. Tune in at 7PM tonight for all the action!
Tonight's episode of Jump City: Seattle features the traceurs of Miami Freerunning and Team Rogue squaring off for a final battle on the rooftops of Seattle before the semi-finals begin. Who will move on, and who will go home? Watch tonight to find out.
Also, members of both teams will be on-hand to tweet live from Jump City: Seattle's Twitter feed tonight during the show (@g4jumpcity). Tweet using the #jumpcity hashtag and get your questions answered while you watch.
It all begins tonight @ 8PM ET! Don't miss it!
Depending on your browser, you may have noticed a small new graphic at the bottom of G4tv.com today - it's the beta for OneTrueFan - a new way to show your love for G4TV and find other people who are interested in the same games and stuff that you are. As with many things in life (especially on the internet), its a popularity contest. Earn points by visiting often, reading lots of articles, sharing links and driving traffic back to G4tv.com. But fan-ship is fleeting and the points you earn disappear after 14 days, so make sure to come back and show your love regularly. We'll look to offer prizes for top fans in the future if you guys are into it.
When you register, you automatically show up in the bar on pages that you visit, with your recent shared articles showing up in your profile flyout. We hope this is a great way to discover new content by checking out the flyouts of people on the same page as you. What you share is all on you; the control is entirely up to you.
You can also earn custom patches on G4tv.com such as Newshound (for TheFeed), Attack of the Show-er and Around the Net, as well as Thanks for Sharing, Second Base (five pages in a single visit) and Commitment (30 days in a row at G4TV.com). As time goes on, we'll release more custom patches, these will include game and event specific patches, and limited edition patches for things like E3 live streaming, and Comic-Con. You can view your patches at OneTrueFan.com, and in the future some of these will be available as real patches that OTF will send to you so you can have mom stitch them onto your boy scout uniform/jean jacket.
If you enjoy OneTrueFan, you can install the AddOn to your browser and see people on every site you visit. If you don't like OneTrueFan, just click the "Hide OTF permanently" option in the settings flyout and you'll never see the bar again.
As always, let us know what you think and remember that you can simply click on "Hide OTF Permanently" in the option menu on the right side of the bar if you don't like it. OneTrueFan is still in beta and is constantly improving based upon user feedback.
Did you know that people who engage in parkour are called traceurs? See, you learn something new every day. Tonight, you'll have an opportunity to learn a whole lot more when the traceurs of Miami Freerunning and The Tribe will tweet along live from Jump City: Seattle's Twitter feed (@g4jumpcity) during the all-new episode of the show.
They'll be answering fan questions, providing play-by-play commentary, and giving insight to their unique sport, as both teams compete. So, don't miss tonight's all-new Jump City: Seattle, and make sure you tweet along during the show, starting at 8PM ET!
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